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Additives are very crucial in any paint formulation, as they play a significant role during various stages, when incorporated in a small amount.
Polythiophene microspheres can be well dispersed to be utilised in waterborne corrosion protection coatings.
Waterborne hybrid alkyd-acrylic dispersions were characterised by Tunisian researchers from University of Sfax.
A study describes the efficient use of waterborne hard-polymeric nanoparticles to improve properties of waterborne coatings.
Acrylic waterborne coatings free of volatile coalescing agents were produced and characterized by a team of Portuguese researchers.
Are waterborne coatings good enough today or is the big change yet to take place?
Chinese researchers modified two-component waterbased polyurethanes with siloxane. The result is high thermal stability and good surface properties.
Taiwanese scientists investigated in a new study linseed oil-based waterborne polyurethane dispersion (PUD) wood coatings using different curing processes. Coatings using UV/air-dual-curing process showed better films properties.
Additionally, a new acrylic-based primer protects wood from weathering effects and can be coated just three hours after application.
Who is this guy who won the European Coatings AWARD 2013? Ten personal questions to Dr Gregory Delmas.
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